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Title: Recent warming trends inferred from borehole temperature data in Figuig area (Eastern Morocco)
Authors: Ouzzaouit, Lalla Amina
Bakraoui, Alae
Benalioulhaj, Nouredine
Carneiro, julio
Correia, Antonio
Jilali, Abdelhakim
Rimi, Abdelkrim
Zarhloule, Yassine
Editors: Eriksson, P.G.
Keywords: Climate change
Borehole temperature
Geothermal gradient
Eastern Morocco
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: Ground surface temperature history (GSTH) reflecting the past climate conditions in eastern Morocco was evaluated by analyzing the temperature–depth profiles measured in four boreholes at the Figuig Oasis. The temperature–depth data were inverted using the functional space inversion method in order to reconstruct the surface temperature past changes. The results reveal a recent warming in the last century with an amplitude of 1–3 C for the four boreholes and a comparison with surface air temperature (SAT) variation from the Bouarfa and Bechar meteorological stations confirms this result. This warming trend is confirmed by other climate proxies.
Type: article
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